aviator

(redirected from Airline pilot)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

aviator

Old-fashioned the pilot of an aeroplane or airship; flyer

aviator

One whose profession is that of flying heavier-than-air aircraft; a pilot of such an aircraft.
References in periodicals archive ?
The British Airline Pilots' Association (Balpa) said the budget flyer had "wasted time" by trying to use "legal technicalities" to persuade the High Court to block a strike due to take place on Thursday and Friday.
While not always a requirement for employment, many airline pilots do hold bachelor's degrees.
Kura Aviation is launching its next airline pilot training (APT) programme in Stratford-upon-Avon on Friday, and anyone interested in becoming a commercial airline plot is invited to go along.
THE LOWDOWN Airline pilots fly passengers and cargo to destinations around the world on both short and long-haul flights.
You see, I always wanted to be an airline pilot but my initial timing was horrible so I chose a different path that led to that office.
The GAO found "mixed evidence regarding the extent of a shortage of airline pilots, although regional airlines have reported difficulties finding sufficient numbers of qualified pilots over the past year." We're willing to bet those regional carriers are offering some of the lowest pay in the industry.
+ [p.sub.1372] for the 1372 airline pilots with DWI convictions.
If you were to apply for a job as an airline pilot today, you'd be presented with a set of rules on alcohol and drugs, legal as well as illegal.
Ariett Business Solutions announced today at NBTA 2010 that the Airline Pilots Association (ALPA), the largest airline pilot union in the world, representing nearly 53,000 pilots at 38 U.S.
TEENAGER Callum O'Donnell is lining up to become Britain's youngest airline pilot.

Full browser ?